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Our professional and compassionate team is available to help you twenty four hours a day, seven days a week.

We can discuss options in the comfort of your home or arrangements can be made at our tranquil offices.

Our Chapel in central Wodonga is available to hold meaningful services and private viewings.

You will be comforted in the knowledge that the funeral service will be arranged and conducted by the same member of staff; they will be available to you from the first contact until the funeral and afterwards for any advice and support.

Contact us for dignity, respect and compassion when you need it most.

Megan Nemeth-Byers – Manager

Megan joined Conways in 2011 after deciding to make the move back from Melbourne and Sydney. Megan has spent the majority of her career working within the Allied Health industries; she has a passion for serving families, and is excited to be a part of Conway’s proud tradition of service excellence.
Megan enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading and travelling.

 

Susan Roosenboom – Central Administration

Susan has a caring, compassionate nature and engages with families on a personal level. Her background in the airline industry as a Cabin Manager spanning 18 years contributes to her confident and personable personality with all kinds of people and in stressful situations. Moving from Melbourne for a tree change and looking for part time work Susan was offered a position with Conways. Susan makes a difference offering genuine caring, support, guidance and direction to our families to ensure the final farewell of their loved one is carried out with dignity, professionalism and care.

In her free time, Sue can be found savouring the delights that North East Victoria has to offer, with her partner and dog, Elvis.

 

Garry Drummond – Funeral Director

Garry was born and raised in Temora and moved to the Albury/Wodonga area 30 years ago.
Having spent most of his working life dealing with people on a personal level across all walks of life, both in his employment and business roles, when presented with the opportunity to become involved in a very rewarding role helping families through difficult times, it was a very easy decision to make.
His own life experiences, combined with his compassionate and empathetic nature further reinforced how important his role as funeral director helping and caring for people who are dealing with enormous upheaval and grief in their lives is, and what a privilege it is to be able to do so.
He really enjoys working with the close knit team at Conway Funeral Home and their genuine care and support for the grieving families, and also each other. In his spare time he likes to swim and play tennis.

 

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